Marvel's Avengers Releases High-Resolution Texture Pack For PC

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Marvel's Avengers is just a day away from release, and fans are excited to jump right into the game on launch day. Marvel's Avengers also offered a free beta last month and if you got the chance to play it, you already know that the super hero game can look fantastic. However, PC players can make the game look a little bit more like eye-candy by downloading and installing the high-resolution texture pack that's available through Steam.

Most AAA video games that release on PC tend to look graphically impressive on the platform and Marvel's Avengers is no exception. Recently, Crystal Dynamics partnered with Intel to improve the graphical fidelity in Marvel's Avengers on PC and introduce PC-specific optimizations. However, PC players may also want to install the high-resolution texture pack if they want to experience the game in all its glory.

PC players looking forward to Marvel's Avengers should be already aware that the game can be preloaded on Steam ahead of the Standard Edition's release tomorrow. However, players can also pre-download the high-resolution texture pack while preloading the game. The Texture Pack can be found in the DLC section, so it won't pop up right away when searching for Marvel's Avengers. Therefore, players will need to find Marvel's Avengers in their game library first, and then right-click on the game name to bring up Properties. Next, look for the DLC option at the top right side of the Properties window and check the box that says "High-Resolution Texture Pack."

Although High-Resolution Texture Packs improve how certain textures look in games, they can sometimes be demanding on your PC if you don't have a powerful enough graphics card. Modern games demand that you have at least six to eight GB of video memory to enable high-resolution texture features.

Marvel's Avengers is launching tomorrow on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. The game is also being developed for PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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